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iron (n.) glass; (v.) smoodal, yiarnal, yiarney, yiarnaghey; (n.) yiarn: Iron is heavy, lead is heavier, platinum is the heaviest metal - Ta yiarn trome, ta leoaie ny strimmey, ta platin yn metal s'trimmey. JJK idiom


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angle iron (n.) yiarn uillinagh

back iron (n.) yiarn cooyl

calking iron (n.) yiarn calkee

casting iron (n.) do-vrishey, yiarn roit

cast iron (n.) yiarn cummit; yiarn tilgit

caulking iron (n.) yiarn jeenee

corrugated iron (n.) yiarn craplit, yiarn roaganagh

cramp iron (n.) crampey, yiarn crampagh

crisping iron (n.) yiarn cassee

curling iron (n.) clou cassee

driving iron (n.) immanagh, yiarn immanagh

flat iron (n.) yiarn smoodal

grappling iron (n.) yiarn greimmee

hoop iron (n.) yiarn figganagh

hot iron (n.) mennee hiollee

Iron Age (n.) (The); (Yn) Eash Yiarn

iron band (n.) boandey yiarn

iron bars (npl.) barryn yiarn

Iron Creek (n.) Giau Yiarn

Iron Curtain (n.) (The); (Yn) Curtan Yiarn

iron filings (npl.) joan yiarn, myn-yiarn

iron foundry (n.) tilgchaardee yiarn

iron gate (n.) giat yiarn

iron lung (n.) scowan yiarn

iron mould (n.) cron yiarn

iron ore (n.) mianagh yiarn

iron paling (n.) radling yiarn

iron pot (n.) pash yiarn

iron ration (n.) lowanse eginagh

leg iron (n.) yiarn coshey

mid iron mean-yiarn

pig iron (n.) muc yiarn, yiarn garroo

plane iron (n.) yiarn lockeragh

plate iron (n.) yiarn plaitagh

rolled iron (n.) yiarn rollit

scrap iron (n.) shenn yiarn

searing iron (n.) yiarn lostee

sheet iron (n.) yiarn lhean

smith's iron (n.) yiarn caardee

stirrup iron (n.) yiarn streipey

strip iron (n.) yiarn banney

waffle iron (n.) yiarn oalanagh

wrought iron (n.) yiarn bwoaillt, yiarn cummit

cover with iron (v.) yiarnaghey; yiarney

link of iron (n.) draght yiarn

pointed piece of iron (n.) pyle

red iron ore (n.) cray yiarg

yiarnaghey cover with iron; iron

yiarn cummit cast iron, wrought iron

boandey yiarn iron band

clou cassee curling iron

crampey cramp, cramp iron

cron yiarn iron mould

Curtan Yiarn (Yn); (The) Iron Curtain

do-vrishey casting iron, unbreakable

Eash Yiarn (f.) (Yn); (The) Iron Age

Giau Yiarn Iron Creek

joan yiarn iron filings

mean-yiarn mid iron

mennee hiollee (f.) hot iron

mianagh yiarn iron ore

muc yiarn (f.) pig iron

myn-yiarn iron filings

pash yiarn (f.) iron pot

radling yiarn iron paling

scowan yiarn (f.) iron lung

shenn yiarn scrap iron

tilgchaardee yiarn (f.) iron foundry

yiarnal iron, ironing

yiarn banney strip iron

yiarn bwoaillt wrought iron

yiarn caardee smith's iron

yiarn calkee calking iron

yiarn cassee crisping iron

yiarn cooyl back iron

yiarn coshey leg iron

yiarn crampagh cramp iron

yiarn craplit corrugated iron

yiarney cover with iron; iron: va mraane aeg bwaagh goll mygeayrt er ny straaidjyn Ghoolish as adsyn cur magh duillageenyn soilsheenaghey cabbil yiarney. Carn

yiarn figganagh hoop iron

yiarn garroo pig iron

yiarn greimmee grappling iron

yiarn immanagh driving iron

yiarn jeenee caulking iron

yiarn lhean sheet iron

yiarn lockeragh plane iron

yiarn lostee searing iron

yiarn oalanagh waffle iron

yiarn plaitagh plate iron

yiarn roaganagh corrugated iron

yiarn roit casting iron

yiarn rollit rolled iron

yiarn smoodal flat iron

yiarn streipey stirrup iron

yiarn tilgit cast iron

yiarn uillinagh angle iron

bar-iron (n.) slat-yiarn

iron-bound kianglt lesh yiarn; skerragh

iron-clad (adj.) coodit lesh yiarn, yiarnit

iron-grey glass yn yiarn; yiarnghlass

iron-master (n.) mainshtyr caardee yiarn

iron-mine (n.) meain yiarn

iron-worker (n.) seyr yiarn

coodit lesh yiarn iron-clad

cray yiarg (f.) red iron ore

draght yiarn link of iron

glass yn yiarn iron-grey

kianglt lesh yiarn iron-bound

mainshtyr caardee yiarn iron-master

meain yiarn (f.) iron-mine

seyr yiarn iron-worker

slat-yiarn (f.) bar-iron

yiarnghlass iron-grey

yiarnit iron-clad, ironshod

lowanse eginagh emergency ration, iron ration

pyle (f.) ferrule, pointed piece of iron

skerragh reefy; cragged; unnavigable; iron-bound

bedstead1 (n.) sthoc-lhiabbagh: behold his bedstead was a bedstead of iron - cur-my-ner va e sthoc-lhiabbagh, sthoc-lhiabbagh yiarn Bible; sthock lhiabbagh

glowing jiarg; lonragh; smarageagh; soilsheanagh; soilshean: The fire is glowing - Ta'n aile soilshean. DF idiom; jiargaghey: The iron is glowing - Ta'n yiarn jiargaghey. DF idiom; lonraghey: The sky was glowing - Va'n speyr lonraghey. DF idiom

heavier (adj.) trimmey: Iron is heavy, lead is heavier, platinum is the heaviest metal - Ta yiarn trome, ta leoaie ny strimmey, ta platin yn metal s'trimmey. JJK idiom

heaviest (adj.) strimmey: Iron is heavy, lead is heavier, platinum is the heaviest metal - Ta yiarn trome, ta leoaie ny strimmey, ta platin yn metal s'trimmey. JJK idiom

links (n.) magheryn; magheryn golf; (npl.) linkyn, lhoobyn; draghtyn: To bind their kings in chains: and their nobles with links of iron - Dy chiangley ny reeaghyn oc ayns geulaghyn: as ny deiney ooasle oc lesh draghtyn yiarn Bible

marble marmyr; marble: and all manner vessels of most precious wood, and of brass, and iron, and marble - as dy chooilley horch dy hiyn fuygh smoo costal, as dy phrash, as yiarn, as marble Bible; runtag; marmyrey

metal (n.) claghyn brisht, meain; (v.) macadamaghey; metal: Iron is heavy, lead is heavier, platinum is the heaviest metal - Ta yiarn trome, ta leoaie ny strimmey, ta platin yn metal s'trimmey. JJK idiom

platinum (n.) platinum; plateen; platin: Iron is heavy, lead is heavier, platinum is the heaviest metal - Ta yiarn trome, ta leoaie ny strimmey, ta platin yn metal s'trimmey. JJK idiom

barryn yiarn iron bars: Ta e chraueyn lajer myr prash, as e asnaghyn myr barryn yiarn. Bible

giat yiarn iron gate: haink ad gys y ghiat yiarn ta leeideil gys yn ard-valley PB

immanagh (=Ir. iománaí) chauffeur, driver, drover: chamoo t'eh cur geill da coraa yn immanagh. Bible; (driver) motorman; driving iron; driving, impelling

smoodal calender, iron, ironing, smooth, smoothing: Vel yn smoodal jeant? DF; smooth over: Doilleeidyn y smoodal. DF

yiarn iron: Bee yiarn as prash fo dty chassyn Bible; scythe, tool; (of scythe) blade, tip; (money) tin, dough; pl. yiarnyn

glass (=Ir. glas) pl. glassey (adj.) pale, verdant: ta'n vee-chrauee glass myr y faiyr Bible; unfledged, raw; (of youth) callow; pasty, sappy, soft; (colour) ashen; (of nature) green; (of animal) grey; (f.) stream; (n.) pl. glish pl. glassyn bond, iron, lock, trigger: Hug my ghraih e laue stiagh er glass y dorrys Bible; grisled [O.Ir. glas]

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